The good news is that we seem to have enough people to start an A Cappella group. So get ready for some fun.
If you have some doubts just watch this video and see what engaging in music can do for you. http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-playing-an-instrument-benefits-your-brain-anita-collins
We will be meeting in the top room of the Club every second Thursday starting from Thursday 25 September at 6pm till 7:15pm.
Janet B has kindly agreed to be our fearless leader with the baton and Ron W will be helping given he has previous experience.
There are a couple of people that have indicated they are away at the moment and will not be back till October, that is not a problem. Just diarise for when you get back.
Look forward to seeing you then
For those of you who can keep a tune… this is one is for you.
We are looking to start an a cappella group at the club in September and would like to hear from those people who would be interested. The focus will be on having fun and discovering our hidden singing talents. You don’t have to have had experience just be able to keep a tune and be keen. Email email me so we know how many people are interested.
Boxing Day 1921
From 6th August to 15 August there will be a display at the Mosman Library of various photos and other items from the extensive archives of the club. The display includes early minute books and artifacts from the club, including some from WW1.
If you missed the photo displays during our Centenary celebrations now is your chance to see them.
As part of our Centenary celebrations a film/documentary on the Club was produced by club member Robert Hill with help from a variety of members.
The photographs and film were from the archives with supplemental photos from the Mosman Library.
The film was premiered at June 2014 Storytellers but in case you missed it click here to have a look.